Calvin Beisner, Cornwall Alliance: Selling nuclear by its lack of CO2 emissions has been a dumb idea all along, and the Greens are certainly not going to continue “supporting” it once it becomes clear we really must begin using a lot more of it.
Howard Cork Hayden, Emeritus Professor of Physics, author of The Energy Advocate and Judith Curry, Climatologist and former chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology: This article is about two things: a) delusional claims by some scientists and b) the unfortunate retirement of Climatologist, Judith Curry, Lukewarmist, from Georgia Tech University.
Malcolm Roberts, Engineer. The Galileo Movement: This short video explains the significance of the carbon tax in Australia. The same applies for Canada. They have similar populations and land areas. The same kind of conclusions can be drawn about carbon tax in other countries. These extreme environmentalists and their politicians are doing no good for "climate change," humanity or the environment. What should be done?
Texas A&M Research: As little as 6,000 years ago, the vast Sahara Desert was covered in grassland that received plenty of rainfall, but shifts in the world’s weather patterns abruptly transformed the vegetated region into some of the driest land on Earth. A Texas A&M university researcher is trying to uncover the clues responsible for this enormous climate transformation.
Julie Kelly: The topic of man-made global warming from fossil fuels is highly contested, in part because one side claims that "the science is settled" and blocks input from people with differing views. The discussion of the influence of CO2 from fossil fuels has demonstrated incredible lows in science, attempts to manipulate and control science, and very unprofessional statements by people who are not experts in atmospheric science. This article shows who might be called a climate change denier and why.
Francis Mention: Retired partner in the New York law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. Host of blog, Manhattan Contrarian. We suffer from a stifling political and ideological orthodoxy. The central tenet of that orthodoxy is that all personal problems of the people in society can be solved by government taxing and spending. The obvious corollary is that since all problems can be solved by taxing and spending, therefore they must be solved by taxing and spending, and anyone who stands in the way of those solutions is immoral.
Renowned Princeton Physicist Freeman Dyson: ‘I’m 100% Democrat and I like Obama. But he took the wrong side on climate issue, and the Republicans took the right side’
Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist Dr. Ivar Giaever, Who Endorsed Obama Now Says Prez. is ‘Ridiculous’ & ‘Dead Wrong’ on ‘Global Warming’
Green Guru James Lovelock reverses belief in ‘global warming’: Now says ‘I’m not sure the whole thing isn’t crazy’ - Condemns green movement: 'It’s a religion really, it’s totally unscientific'
Roger A. Pielke, Jr., Professor in the Environmental Studies Program and a Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This article presents his experience with climate research that does not agree with the mainstream in government and the media. This experience is similar to that of many people in climate science and nuclear energy over the last half century who differed with extreme environmentalists, anti fossil fuels, and anti nuclear energy activists. Countries that ignore demands of these extremist groups are making much better progress with sound science and technology.
Howard Hayden, Physicist: Following the paradigm of the people who are always trying to make problems out of solutions to problems, somebody somewhere has invented a concept called the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC), and the administration has decided to hang a number on it: The purpose of the “social cost of carbon” (SCC) estimates presented here is to allow agencies to incorporate the social benefits of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions into cost-benefit analyses of regulatory actions that impact cumulative global emissions.
Craig Idso, CO2 Science: The Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change was created to disseminate factual reports and sound commentary on new developments in the world-wide scientific quest to determine the climatic and biological consequences of the ongoing rise in the air's CO2 content. The website has extensive articles and issues of CO Science going back to 1998.